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This study investigated the antecedent (i.e., dissatisfaction with golf resort related attributes) and consequence (i.e., loyalty) of oversea golf travelers' complaining behavior. A research model and hypotheses were extracted from previous studies. The research hypotheses were tested using surveyed data from 387 oversea golf travelers. The results revealed that, though the levels of respondents' dissatisfaction with golf resort related attributes and their intensity of complaining behavior were low, their dissatisfaction with the dimension of employee and facility made a statistically significant influences on their "private complaining behavior" and "do nothing." In addition, it was shown that their complaining behavior types did not have any influential power on their loyalty. Discussion and implication of the results were followed.